Forum Title: Copper strip to lengthen shingle life?
One of our customers sent us an article claiming that if you install a 12-inch wide roll of very thin copper on top of the cap shingles that run across the ridge of the roof, that each time it rains some of the copper ions wash down onto the shingles. The copper bonds to the asphalt and to cut to the chase, ensures the roof will last longer. Oh, and you need to use solid copper nails. Has anybody had any experience with this? Or is it just b.s.
Category: Roofing Post By: LAURA D (Fresno, CA), 02/18/2018

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